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An artist known as ‘Laser Bread’ has taken it upon himself to do some very fine, abstract art takes on classic video games.

Check out after the jump for the full paintings.




It’s simple, yet unique and cool to look at. I’m somewhat tempted to try to get a print to hang on my wall…

Check out the artists flickr here.

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  3. avatar PunchbowlBooger

    hate to say it, but it’s not abstract if he bases them off of video games…

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    Mhm.. a little bit too “abstract” i think.

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